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Away CEO Steps Down After Investigation Reveals Toxic Work Culture

Business Wars Daily

03:54 min | 1 year ago

Away CEO Steps Down After Investigation Reveals Toxic Work Culture

"Away the luggage startup founded by Steph Korean. Rian Jen Rubio has made a fortune by branding itself as a travel business. Not as what. It actually is a company that sells suitcases. More than half a million people mostly millennials selenium follower ways instagram feed the feed is filled with aspirational images of magical destinations cute dogs and babies and peaceful living spaces a recent Jason Hashtag advised followers to quote. Live like it's the weekend but for the company's employees life was anything but in fact there were often no weekends off for for months at a time the reality of working for away was so different than it's aspirational image. That co-founders Steph. Corey is now out as CEO. Corey left the executive post just four days. After the verge published a scathing article about a ways toxic work culture numerous former employees told reporters zoe schiffer for that. They were pressured to work. Almost endlessly typically without any overtime pay they also related many in-person slack conversations with Corey in which she berated and managers publicly for mistakes. Such as a single customer receiving a product with an incomplete monogram. Some employees also complained of discrimination against women and people of color color particularly within. Managerial ranks the verges schiffer. Backed up her reporting with several screen shots of slack messages written by Corey after the story was published Corey. Apologized jogged publicly on twitter. She wrote that. She was quote appalled and embarrassed by reading her own slack messages. She said she'd been working with an executive coach and promised to do better. That tweet led observers to believe that she wasn't planning to step down shortly thereafter. The company announced that a new interim CEO would take her place that new CEO is Stuart Hazelden who has been. CEO of Lululemon Athletico. He will start in mid January away. Disputes that had hired Hazelden because house of the verge investigation rather the company says away has been in discussions with him for months. According to the Wall Street Journal according to recode Hazelden had been planning to start it away as C.. CEO With the understanding that he would take corey spot. Presumably some months into the New Year Cory will remain as executive chairman. Gen Rubio will remain as has president and chief brand officer like many a Silicon Valley Unicorn away. His grown like gangbusters since Rubio Corey founded in two thousand fifteen. According to recode code the company has raised one hundred eighty million dollars in venture funding in May investors valued at one point four billion dollars Forbes reports that Corey and Rubio uh-huh stakes are each worth one hundred thirty million dollars according to the verge. Investigation Steph Curry often use the company's guiding principles all wrapped around fast growth as is reasons to castigate workers in particular. She attempted to get customer service. Employees to keep up with overflowing customer inquiries saying workers weren't sufficiently quote customer. Obsessed the article also depicts a workplace. That was dramatically understaffed whether these new revelations about aways toxic work environment will significantly only damage. The company has yet to be seen. The products themselves are well regarded but the online publication courts almost immediately published an article offering alternative luggage ideas that list is topped by products from Samsonite. which along

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The Rolling Head Monster

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

The Rolling Head Monster

"Long ago there was a village filled with people they lived in the flatlands piece. I wish the sex all the time they lived in the flatlands on both the West and east sides of the river the younger of the chiefs two daughters had just reached puberty and her parents were planning to call a puberty dance in the evening. The father spoke to the other women early in the morning. Go Strip bark for for a maple bark apron. He said but don't take my younger daughter with you. Go Secretly Maple Bark. Apron is because I don't think it's something you wear. I think it's like a different thing. Maple Bark really hard to move around. Comfy would like attract termites so the women got up very early and stole away quite far north. They went and some even climbed up Hill and cross the ridge to the north later. The girl who had reached puberty woke up and although it was forbidden she followed the others when she reached them they were stripping bark. She went up to them to begin. Cutting Maple Bark to all the once. She struck her little finger. Anger with splinter for older sister came up to her and wipe the blood with dead leaves. The other woman said leave off. The blood stops flowing afraid of what had happened. They ran back to the village. There reached the house and told the father she got stuck with a splinter while stripping bark and the old man said she. She didn't listen to me. The older the older sister were left behind alone. The younger one who sat who stood down hill to the north now sucked blood and spat it out schiffer empire higher than more blood came. And though she sucked and sucked she could not stop the flow of blood. Meanwhile the sun began to set. She kept on sucking until it could. It'd be a porn. She kept on sucking until early evening. Unable to help herself she had a heavy flow de. I was wondering if this had to do with puberty. Like a like a uh-huh metaphor or like but but then it takes a little turn right here. Conflict timing suddenly. She happened to swallow blood and smelt the fat. It tasted sweet eight so she ate her little finger and then she ate her whole hand then she devoured both of her hands and she ate her leg and then she other leg egg then she ate up her whole body than her head alone was left and went rolling over the ground with her sister still behind her beside her in the village the chief said from the north she'll come put under close people. Get your weapons. We must go and the people dress themselves and got their weapons in from the north. They saw her come rolling toward her father's house and just ahead weird. She arrived in the early evening and lay there after she had rested a while. She bounced up to the West across the river to the flat on the West where she threw the people into her mouth without stopping. She turned the village upside down down. She devoured them all then. She fell to the east across the river and lay there and the next morning. She threw the people who lived on the eastern flat into her mouth and she ate them him and devoured them all only her eldest sister she had left for a while and so she goes about the world and when she saw people she threw them into their mouth and she ate them each evening she came home each morning. She went about the world looking for people always she was searching then she she went underway until she. She reached the edge of a big creek which she did not know how to cross. A man was sitting on the other side. She called to him and he threw a bridge over she was crossing and when she had gone halfway halfway. He jerked it and went down at this thing. I can't pronounce and she fell into the river in a river. Pike jumped and swallowed her and it is finished. Rushed story not weird. But it's it's I mean it could be like some kind of not not no not metaphor but what do you call like longer piece that is like a fable or parable kind of thing. Yeah there's another word for it. I can't think of right now. A UH yeah yeah. It's called a story and so this actually I can give a little bit of things so actually found this thing called the rolling heads heads and there are actually people claim to have had appearances of these sightings of these and their disembodied heads. They're actually either the victim Jim or the culprit of Cannibal allegory. That's what I was thinking. allegory oh I see I see which is like a payroll yeah. I think. It's kind of a humble as more when it relates like Spertzel missile stuff and this is true. This is definitely an allegory. Another but I thought it was interesting. Though that these rolling head creatures are either the victims or culprits of cannibalism cannibalism. So if you're eating to your head it can roll around or you can eat somebody else. And the head rose menacingly along the ground towards victims victims either trying to consume more people or to take revenge on those that consumed it and some of them really interesting tales. The rolling head is both the victim and the culprit having discovered auto cannibalism after licking a wound and proceeding to devour. Its own body. Almost thought she was going to turn into a vampire fire. And so whenever I was first getting into I thought either vampire or I thought it was gonNA be some like puberty period tale. That was going to be really obvious like you. I don't know I turn. It messed up thing and but there are actually sightings of rolling heads and people are like really scared of this creature because that would be creepy disembodied disembodied head and like a rolling around. I'm coming for you and like its leaves in its mouth just yelling. The rule creepy. Yeah

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"schiffer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"schiffer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The fashion editor at large for New York magazine is on our Newsline. Amy, how big a figure was Karl Lagerfeld in the fashion industry. The biggest. That's really all. You can say he was really the biggest figure in the fashion world for the longest time. What were some of his accomplishments for those of us who aren't familiar with the industry? Yeah. For sure he was the creative director. Now. I think that's the work. He's probably best known for and he was no longer than Kobuk Chanel. Was that now? So he's really into that. But he was also simultaneously the creative director Andy and had his own line as well under his own name. I saw quote from the supermodel. Claudia Schiffer who said that basically Karl Lagerfeld was like the Andy Warhol of the fashion industry. Would you agree with that? Well, there's so many parts of Andy Warhol, but sure in terms of being incredibly famous little bit enigmatic, definitely iconic for his luck. I think a lot of people outside of fashion when they imagine what a fashion designer what you like imagine Karl Lagerfeld. Looking around social media today. So many people posting photos of Lagerfeld with younger stars Katy Perry and the like how did Lagerfeld stay relevant for so long. That one's really that's the genius of Karl Lagerfeld. And I think that's one of the things a lot of people are talking about today is that he was that she knows for thirty six years and during that entire time. He never got stuck in thinking there is one way to do things. He was always incredibly open to the new star that new idea the new medium, the new possibilities. And I think it's what kept him relevant incredibly charming, and funny and witty and strange person. So people like to be around him, Amy, Laura fashion, editor at large for New York magazine. Thank you for joining us. Thank you five fifty three on the WCBS afternoon roundup. We've got our W twos from work, and it was kind of shocking. It was like how can we make this much and still have debt? Right. Not to mention zero savings. Anyway, it's a new year. So we decided to get our financial house in order. So we met with a financial advisor who dug into our expenses. And he found two things that were killing us..

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"schiffer" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"schiffer" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Bathrobe don't touch anything. All right. We have got live music Friday coming your way here in just a second asked the natives are in studio g and they are ready to blow years off so credible. Keep your keep your re we're gonna try to we're gonna try to balance this. So that it doesn't destroy anything in your car while you're listening to us or you're Lexa blows up or anything like that. Mhm? I wonder what she just did right now when I just said that, but I would before we do that Richard Roper is here, and as we know the Liam Neeson movie is out and he kind of. In the publicity run up to the movie by. Saying some inopportune things to a British interviewer. Right. All you gotta do is just say what a joy, it was to work with Laura Dern, and EMMY Rossum what? What casts at a terrific director? We had a great time on the set on and off. Instead he bit on a question about revenge. How do you? How do you play revenge? What are you tap into anything ever happened to your life time? To kill them. All he just there's another. There's something in his autobiography. Yeah, it is biology. They've they went back and found he said he was quote dying to stab somebody. The butter knife or a nice dad in love, actually. Is like courting. Claudia schiffer? Sweaters. Kid, falling your love, heart passion, and being afraid. What we found we found. We went back, and we watched all of his films, and we found that this. We should have been reading the tea leaves because this may have popped up. Like remember the scene from taken right has been thinking about relocating. Really? Yes. Visiting houses, why don't dot needs color. Why.

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"schiffer" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"schiffer" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"And that's just what the fuck. It is today. Right. You know, like, I'm not like like like, there's no insecurity about it. Like, this Jesus. Fire as any other park has put out right, and hopefully people somewhere listening going like, yeah. I actually which saying I this why listening to your show as opposed to trying to be like every other show. You know, they used to be insecurity me, even about the podcast. I was what I was reading another podcast threat about how people need to like make sure they take breaks energize give a good pile cash. Can't do it all the time or blah. And I was like, you know, what does a good point? You know, because I do think we just took took a break in December. You know, we're taking more breaks even through the week now. And that's healthy. That's right. But there was also a part of me knows like, yeah. But I would've liked jumping that threat and be like, well, here's my two cents. And I'm like, no, I'm secure. I think my shit is the shit. I don't need to like justify and bounce it off your ideas. Your shit is the shit and this shit for you, and you figured out how to make Schiffer you. And if you need to take a month off, or we offer whatever, hey, it's whatever makes sure she'd go me. I'm like, I don't always have to be on our show is not always gonna be happy. Go lucky sing songs. So I was gonna be sad. Even it's not always going to be serious. Now, he's going to be woke is going to always. But it will always be us and thin, right? And that's all I can ask for so. But yeah, all that stuff. I think is what I've been thinking about the last couple days because it's so much. I dunno pain out there. And he was like him yellow in pain. But you don't even know. Right. And I think that that's what I see. I true. We see a lot of people across social media. Have been going through a lot. You know, the country has changed a lot of uncertainty about a lot of different things every time you turn around. It's some some new shit about. And I think that because it's so much shit that they cannot control you feel like you can control online you feel like even those allusion. You just have a feeling that this is the one place that I could control and this and I feel like that. I know it might sound strange. But I feel like the people driving in cars if you been driving on a road, and you see so aggressively. Okay. For a lot of people that car is the only thing and then lives today can actually tell what to do. And that's a real thing. Like, you feel like I can't show my kids having road rage and shit. Right. I I'm not everybody. I'm screaming at everybody..

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"schiffer" Discussed on At Home With...

At Home With...

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"schiffer" Discussed on At Home With...

"It goes. Like your family. Log books day not Boxing Day. But before we get back to work on the second or. Coughing in between Christmas new years. Still very my dad is very itchy to get rid of it. It is my favorite week the Oilers forget about how I love that week because it's just like everyone's off this things to do get you got your Christmas money Christmas. Grandparents Schiffer play that you'd never go to like guests the better guy there. Enough that talking like Christmas traditions. What did everyone day on Christmas Eve was that anything that you did on Christmas Eve, I didn't remember Christmas Eve as a child, and I it's probably because I went to sleep as early as possible. So that it could be the next day. But as a teenager and early twenties me and new problem this as well rich, but me, and my friends always had this tradition where the problem Christmas Eve and Macapa christmasy drinks, we see each other because we knew that we probably wouldn't for the next few days. Yeah. It's kind of died of now. Now, I just like stay in which TV, but it was always the pulp read the same. I was sort of like teens. It was the yet. One the put one Christmas Eve, but but I was also poverty. Ause dot mass thing. During football strange. The the hours. Out didn't do midnight mass at ten pm. So you'd like. Before. And then like Goto that sing and then get back to the. I want to go back to the pub. Yes. That was the that was your tradition. I do love Christmas, Carol. We used to have a church service at my school. I was like, you know, some people that mime it allowed us J at we had one your Christmas Carol concert my mom front row. Cryan. That's gonna be me as a mom as well. Like, I just there's people kind of if it's either really really young children or older people I cry if as organizing cry I can't handle it. And I just remember one day one time I did a Christmas reading I did a reading about Jesus. I hate public speaking it probably comes from that probably like almost passed out. And yeah, there was a Christmas Carol coot tonight that we got to sing tonight while all the while sleeping. Oh, yes. I think so. Once lee..

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Rex Tillerson reflects on firing, working for "undisciplined" Trump

Generation Bold

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Rex Tillerson reflects on firing, working for "undisciplined" Trump

"President Trump buyers back Friday at former secretary of State Rex Tillerson calling him demonstra rock after the ex diplomat claimed he always had to remind the president some of his plans would violate the law in a rare public appearance. Tillerson sat down with former CBS news journalist Bob Schiffer during a fundraiser that according to the Houston chronicle Trump fired back on Twitter, saying Tillerson didn't have the mental capacity needed as the nation's top

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"schiffer" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"schiffer" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Right. That's true. But public Walters is more like. Why is your makeup purple do what? I mean. It's just like what she happened to be the first, and that's why she's considered a trailblazer. But she's not a very good interviewer. Yeah. She's the she's the Caitlyn Jenner of female journalists like completely by by the way, I think she's not well now, so I feel bad saying Caitlyn no Barbara well, everybody who's old is not. Well, that's true. Look at Orson Welles dead. Not. Well, he wasn't well even for a long ten minutes later. You should call him the say on this Orson Welles. Jessica who would you call an assay on Jordan chime in? If you want Jordan's here today, I call it a who somewhat dead that you would wanna hear spirited grandfather's one. Why why your grandfather I loved him? He was just the sweetest guy. I want to hear some like straight up truth. Like, I wanna hear somebody be like that's not how it went down. Like I want. I want to hear like like Albert Einstein. Actually I wanted to bomb. The I want to hear like, the honest truth from people is that what you think he's truth was I think he Albert Einstein was not a great, dude. Really? You don't think he was at all? Now. What are you backing that up with? Well. He wore sandals with socks. Okay. That's a huge strike. And I just think I think anybody who is creating something like that. I don't I'm sorry. You're reasonings. Not good. I don't think you're reason is good to come up with an atomic bomb that can change the world. It changes the world. And it changed the way we're warfare is he used science for evil. Yeah. So basically it off of that. And sure he wasn't nice to women. I don't know. Maybe I think he was just like married to his fucking work who cares haircut. You know what? I mean. I want is here. I want to know. I wouldn't know who the women are behind whatever his success. I wanna know the truth. Sure, I wanted to oracle just someone someone was the woman by the man, I want to hear all the dead women. Who were like, actually, I invented that. He killed me. Albert side kills me. Who would I want I want? I don't know someone I'm trying to think of like someone famous or something or a past president or something Rb milk. Yeah. That'd be cool. That'd be cool. One of the witches burned in Salem, cool. Although it beats so. Wrenching. I'll tell you who wouldn't be because she wouldn't be Houdini, and it wouldn't be whatever. Copper mouth or whatever compromise. Hopper mouth. Yes. But he's alive. Claudia schiffer? She's alive. Navy people who are alive. I think talking to the dead would be do you want to know what they have to say? Now that I'm thinking about it. Do you want? I think I've always wanted something that I'm related to some spirit to be like, you're you're okay. Like, it's going to be everything. I would rather talk to a future teller future. Teller future Bank teller in say on, sir. I was so bakes have those tubes anymore. They do in not in LA. They don't. But in Texas. There's nothing I missed more than going to the Bank putting check deposit in that thing and sending it in that to say something a little risky. Still one of those things once I have one I'd want to a child I loved it. I did you play Bank. I played Bank. I was stolen for you though. Because apparently had to do that sister. Who are the me? So that's that's how wall self care of everything. Like eight and she was like here. Like, how did you get that doesn't matter? Yeah. Oh, I did want to say what color was it? Do you? Remember, it was got your game color. Green. I got an a little tiff with a Bank teller is not a Bank teller the manager of the Bank. Who was so effing route to me every time I go there. He's always behind the glass like doing the telling is the Bank that starts with a C. And every time I go there..

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"schiffer" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"schiffer" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"It's like Ari gave so much Schiffer, not being able to get married, not being ready to be married and all that. And she's like, bitch, I'm about to have a baby. We're gonna have a family, got a boyfriend. I'm ready to settle down or husband. I think boyfriend. He has questionable Instagram's where it seems like maybe they got married, but I would assume she would have also had a pure wow exclusive moment if she did get married. That makes sense. I don't think she would have missed out on that opportunity to post about that. So I'm gonna go with. I'm going to go with boyfriend, but he he made some jokes on his Instagram about her boyfriends that I was like. Like, did they get married? But I think they're just, I don't know. Concerned, her Vassar the news just everywhere. So much learner shin is out of control right now. But you know, I keep going because we have a three month break. Now I've no TV show. So I'd like the drama to keep happening between the contestant I would like. I would like maybe for for this is a suggestion for ABC in there and the bachelor producers to maybe think about if they wanna give us a Caitlyn and Brit kind of situation where there was two batch. I don't you. I don't think you watch that. There were two, two bachelorettes and the first night the guys voted on which one they wanted to be the bachelorette after that Colton and Jordan ivory girl on the show is gonna over coal. All you never know. You never know. That's Jordan. Showed his true colors this summer and people love him. And now everyone's going to know that he deserves love so true. That's a great point. We got along the remarks. That we've been talking about it for years. That wraps it up. That wraps up the bachelor talk until three months from now, and that wraps up the Sipaseuth. Yep. Tune in on. You know, maybe if you heard it on the podcast on Monday, don't forget guys. This is actu-. Yes, on Monday, we won't be able to say this because voting is gonna be day. We won't be able to tell you voting ends on Friday, so I'm going to all around guys. I'm gonna need all of you to tweet hashtag chicks in the office hashtag. The podcast hashtag PCA's to count as a vote. You can retweeted tweets of you. Don't want to vote your own vets, fine, but you can re tweet are tweets also, you can go online to PCA dot e online dot com. And cast your vote for the podcast of two thousand eighteen chicks in the office, boom. Please vote. We love you guys so much. Thanks for listening. These natural dominate what I see. Personalities. Give me to explain. Both sides. Here. Spring. That was different. The moment that wasn't vintage days baby, no one that ashamed. I recommend every inch ways praised. Seven. Speaking. But then I mean we level because that is five between she's covers some promising your leg Attala zero. Because you. What qualities beat the lithium licking? My input factions. Around equally value. Stick out like a compared to those around you. And that's right because I like the same, hopefully by the change because I know for sure. Your. Me. Extreme.

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"schiffer" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"schiffer" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Just we only have one show in Detroit, and it was because this due to our them opening party and he wanted some people to open for me and my friends at the time drove up there because he was under the light. What do that help do? Mix tapes was, and he was like me to do this. I really only want to do this and he was like, nah, it's just it'll be fun, but I'm not trying to be a rapper. I'll just this is just some fun Schiffer's, but we went and did it so, and it was fun. You know that ten minutes, but everything I round that ten minutes botchy and I mean everything to trip up there. The hotel, we say that the fucking fight they haven't after the club. All of it was crashed all of it. I, I wish I could have just eight home in for that ten minutes, you know? But, but the point being like, I got that vibe off for Daniel like. Not necessarily. He's like a trash reducer, anything, but a combination of being uncomfortable and he masked his uncomfortable nece in this entitlement. Which is bullshit. Right. 'cause I don't think he truly feels that he's so above these negative. I think he really is comfortable with the fact that things have passed him by he doesn't have the personality to exceed in these environments. And so he turns it into it's everybody else's fault, which is some better shit that that part I would never do, but I think that's what happened with him. So identified a little bit with him in the club. It's not us, it's you. I would never wear that sweater, though. It's not a, it's you who are no yours, but go ahead. You don't know anything. What what do you think I'm going to say. My guess is day sweater. Okay, fine. You're correct..

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"schiffer" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"schiffer" Discussed on WLAC

"The clock and it's three AM cry You could lose yourself in this Once, we really get virtual reality going once you could put on those goggles and feel like, you're in, a totally different place you know making out with, a, movie star being a race coil. Any of that kind of stuff how much how many people get tempted to just, lose themselves into a virtual world how many people would rather be in a virtual reality that is full of happy this little kinds of good stuff and not want to deal with what is a. Very troubled reality, real, world problems. This becomes no I I am I was so pleased. To see you write about this this is something that has been on my, mind for almost a decade now and it is you. Just can't tell? Me human, nature. I mean why for instance Japan they're having a hard time because sex doll sex robots are just going zero population growth now when that's actually good or when that's actually virtual, reality at its at its apex why Would anyone date why why would any guy say oh I yeah I wanted to I wanna come home and have somebody say oh you know you never talk to me. You never do, this, you never. Take the garbage up I'm gonna come home to a. Virtual reality woman who knows everything that I'm interested in makes my world wonderful, and I mean why would you ever leave that world. Why would you? Ever back, in, the late eighties I remember comedian Dennis Miller doing a joke is it man the day the technology allows you to make out with Claudia Schiffer it's gonna make crack look like. Sanca.

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"schiffer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"schiffer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And it's three AM cry You can lose yourself in this Once, we really get virtual reality going once you can put on those goggles and feel like, you're in, a totally different place you know making out with, a, movie star being a race coil. Any of that kind of stuff how much how many people get tempted to just, lose themselves into a virtual world how many people would rather be in a virtual reality that is full of happy this little good stuff and not want to deal with what is a. Very, troubled reality real, world, problems I'm. This becomes no I I am I was so pleased. To see you write about this this is something that has been on my, mind for almost a decade now and it is you. Just can't tell? Me human, nature. I mean why for instance Japan they're having, a hard time because sex dolls sex robots are just going to zero population growth now when that's actually good or when that's actually virtual, reality at its at its apex why Would anyone. Date why why would any guy say oh I yeah. I wanted to I want to come home and have somebody say oh you, know you never talk to me you never do this. You never take? The garbage, up, I'm gonna come home to virtual reality woman, who knows everything that I'm interested in makes my world wonderful and I mean why would you ever leave that world why would you ever. Leave Back. In the late eighties I've remember comedian Dennis Miller doing a joke is it man the day the. Technology. Allows you to, make out with Claudia Schiffer it's gonna? Make crack look like Sanca True.

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"schiffer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"schiffer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And they're carrying on and they're complaining about ice though isis terrible isis the worst thing that's ever happened to humanity i would challenge somebody out there to call me somebody who wants the abolishment of ice somebody calling for the abolishment of ice i would showers you to call me email me facebook me and tell me what ice does except accepting ero's accepting remove orders which is the deportation stuff that goes on you tell me let's see how smart you are if you want ice disbanding disbanded blown up blown out you tell me what is does i will garin darn t you the the vast majority of the of the silly people marching around in the streets rolling around on the pavement yelling and screaming and demanding that ice be abolished have no idea no idea what what is does because see i went and i looked i went and actually did research and i know what i got to be very specific when i insult these people what the simple tins who are out there laying in front of buildings getting arrested protesting is i know what they think is does they think ice separates families and they think that i kicks in doors and departs people and that is has to be fought by the shafir and the schiffer's shafran shift shift in shaft the shift shavers make sure you flush after you shift and chef please here's what is does this is what makes me laugh this is what makes me laugh ice works under hsi hsi is the department of homeland security and ice works in conjunction with a isi to enforce federal statutes.

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"schiffer" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"schiffer" Discussed on Haunted Places

"My eyes fluttered open as schiffer ran down my body i laid in bed for a moment as i remembered i was not at home but in a bed and breakfast sweet to call the william winter ru at the myrtles plantation the staff had shown me nothing short of southern hospitality yet in that moment i felt like an unwelcome visitor a strange sensation came over me i sat up in bed and surveyed the dark room a gust of wind swept through the open window it was freezing even though it was a humid summer night in louisiana i walked to the window before i shut it appeared outside the live oak trees rustled and the moon cast emma jess glow in the grounds it was the picture of tranquility and i felt at ease again then i heard a shot i froze pierce the night and rang in my ears there was no screaming no voices no sound but someone was hurt downstairs and they needed help i was sure of it i slowly opened my bedroom door and crept down the hallway help me help me a man said my blood turn cold as i debated whether i should go downstairs please help me anyone he pleaded i descended the stairs my adrenaline through the roof i surveyed the entrance hall there was no one in sight no blood no wounded man no i stood there with sweat dripping down my face in my heart pounding out of my chest then i noticed the moonlight pick up something on the floor muddy footprints trailed from the door up the staircase where they stopped midway i followed the footsteps until my eyes fell upon a wall mirror in it i saw a man lying on the stairs with a gunshot wound has chest he was barely alive trying desperately to climb the staircase my head swung around no one was there and yet the footsteps kept ringing on the empty stares as though prepared to do so for eternity.

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"schiffer" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"schiffer" Discussed on KGO 810

"Well facebook is in a world of trouble in its leading to all kinds of issues for silicon valley in general that are all bubbling to the top coming to a head right now joining me on the telephone to discuss is eric schiffer ceo of a couple of different inc five hundred companies you see him on tv all the time he's a bestselling author he's a writer ceo of patriarch as well eric thanks for coming on the show today geared to be with you could eat it's always great to talk to eric so facebook has really done it to themselves this time haven't they i mean for the longest time silicon valley's been free of regulation they've just been doing stuff saying look it's all going to pay off in the end except for cambridge analytica seems to be the catalyst that is burning down the house that facebook lives in right now they have really hurt themselves and what they did i think primarily is sever trust with millions of people across the world and and largely because i think it's because of greed an overreach to maximize margin at the expense of people's privacy and at the expense of our children and it's a concern that many people in silicon valley have especially those who were assistive in the early stages of facebook and feel that they have now run amok and the question now will be our will regulator step in and began to either disassemble facebook or put a real strong set of lives on everything that they're doing this is gonna hurt the business in a strong way from a profit standpoint but i think for more americans for our families it's the right thing to happen eric of your globally connected so what you're talking about what's good for american the europeans are already cracking down right they have this whole new privacy regulatory regime that's coming into play do you see the us ever going down that path at all or are we gonna do some water down version what what do.

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"schiffer" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"schiffer" Discussed on WRVA

"Intelligent or counterintelligence investigation the memo by itself will expose all of the fraud but it's going to be seen as a partisan document presented that way with no evidence the waiter gonna do this folks the way they're going into the way the democrats are going to do this right now there's no evidence for the memo are for that for the dossier there's no evidence that any of it is true there's not a single bit of cooperation the democrats are going to say but there isn't any evidence did it isn't true either and that's all they have to do to give the media away to keep this thing alive let's go the audio sound bites and you shall see the democrat committee chairman leader the democrats the called a ranking member is an atom pencil neck chef and he has decided he can do is all memo he hear the members in there that devin nunes canoeists memo schiffer's decided he's going to do a memo i have no idea what his memo is going to say but it's going to attempt to counter the facts that will be presented in the newness metal last night in washington schiff held a press conference with a bunch of morose looking democrats standing behind him here's a bit of what he said as i said to my committee colleagues during this hearing sadly we can fully expect that the president i'd states will not put the national interest over his own personal interest but it is a sad day indeed when that is also true of our own committee because today this committee voted to put the president's personal interest perhaps their own political interest above the national interest in denying themselves even the ability to hear from the department and the fbi and that is i think a.

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"schiffer" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"schiffer" Discussed on KTRH

"Evidence did it isn't true either and that's all they have to do to give the media away the keep this thing alive let's go the audio sound bites and you shall see the democrat committee chairman the leader of the democrats the called a ranking member is an atom pencil next chef and he's decided he can do his own them all he here the memo asserted that the devin nunes canoeists memo schiffer's decided he's going to do a memo i have no idea what his memo is going to say but it's going to attempt to counter the facts that will be presented in the newness memo last night in washington schiff held a press conference with a bunch of morose looking democrats standing behind him here's a bit of what he said as i said to my committee colleagues during this hearing sadly we can fully expect that the person the united states will not put the national interest over his own personal interest but it is a sad day indeed when that is also true of our own committee because today this committee voted to put the president's personal interest perhaps the wrong political interest above the national interest in denying themselves even the ability to hear from the department and the fbi and that is i think a deal lee regrettable state of affairs but it does show how in my view when you have a deeply flawed person in the oval office that flaw can infect the whole of governments and today tragically it infected our committee uh play the violins let's grab the in cookies let's get so sad this guy really offends me just watching this guy speak offends me he insults my intelligence his pompous arrogance just insults in great some eur what he's talking about here there have been klammer's there have been requests there have been suggestions urban demands that the fbi and the doj be allowed to see the.

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"schiffer" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"schiffer" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Contributor schiffer on the line to chat with his about just that air cal are you good i'm good how are you nice to be with your egg good to have a soul we got isis out there radicalising people and i guess the question is are these people we already in the in the in the throes of radicalization when isis gets to him or do you think that they are doing this from scratch i think they're doing it from scratch i think what they recognize and what they are attempting to uh strategically mastermind uh is to find souls that are disillusioned aggrieved uh abuse and feel a alone and at the same time are looking to be part of something that's bigger than themselves antics that combination that they're trying to do so they're like digital fishermen they're putting their hooks out and they're waiting for someone to take a bite and then they begin to build a sense of community with them so that uh these targets don't feel loan anymore and they begin to identify with the larger mission uh and that's how they do it and they do it with superb propaganda propaganda that is rivalling i in many cases are the types of marketing that some of the best video game release this do they get how these guys thick especially millennials but it will eventually.

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"schiffer" Discussed on Lip Service

Lip Service

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"schiffer" Discussed on Lip Service

"That tina led the north dakota normal glue schiffer buddha fat booties is that fair little people now of it literally little genetic lesbians seventy of us dating a guy and he had some of his bills like the cable bill and his ex his name first of all magazine and as bomb ass sorry like i can leg i i'm sorry you like i can't has as a dealbreaker in the over plumbing as an solo they'll rigor like i said i said this um i dunno i think it was on the show i think i might amends when another interview and i said you know it's every body that i'm round it's not as not even that i'm trying to be a golddigger or only wanted to de somebody who's really accessible it just so happens to be that everybody that i'm around is really successful so i'm gonna be dating someone who does not need to have a bill on their their ex girlfriend's name you know what i'm here yeah i just think that's it's a dealbreaker and i feel like i'm for someone who is is aiming someone and i think if you guys have you're going to seriously date somebody and they have their cable under their axes name you know maybe you show offer to put it on their your name that's what the americans would if is that they live together now that you've ever gather yeah and then off the live together i mean no by an app.

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"schiffer" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"schiffer" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Every other age and we'll try it so you do have to be wary of precedence bill as it it's a is a delicate it's a delicate situation it's really rough built a quick warmer question on the quarterbacks kind of in general not specific to gloss because you talked about just kind of how the game is now um and you may great points in comparison to the nba oneanddone rule um but in the nfl is there a way to get that genie back in the bottle or is that not never going to happen no that schiffer's failed uh once fee things uh once these things take place to take on a life for their own and and unfortunately uh and and we're all part of it we hype these guys way way way out of proportion to work there capable of doing and and keep sean will tell you you know these guys walk in a locker room and they get all this hype and all these suits and red carpets and all that stuff and they can't find their way to the weight ruler or the meeting room and uh they're they're lost sheep and then players like keyshawn veteran guys either take them under their wing and help them out or look at them and say where to this guy goes you know what what's all this about this kyw's lost its it's two different worlds and and uh and and the public doesn't understand that the ladder world but we'll do the real world in the locker room in the meeting room in a practice field is what really counts not not all the other of summerell stuff doesn't matter what anybody says about your what you have to do is perform in the national football league infield from it meritocracy.

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